Government makes record £18 million Bikeability investment

The Government has announced £18 million in funding for the Bikeability cycle training scheme, as it looks to ensure children and their families ‘have the confidence to choose active travel’.

16 April 2021 | More...

London mayoral candidates urged to clean up air pollution

Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking, is urging London mayoral candidates to put walking first to cut air pollution and reduce carbon emissions.

13 April 2021 | More...

Barking and Dagenham looks to tackle vehicle idling

Barking and Dagenham Council is encouraging drivers to help improve air quality in the borough by turning their engines off when stationary.

09 April 2021 | More...

Global Road Safety Week to advocate 20mph

The 6th UN Global Road Safety Week, which takes place in May, will promote 20mph speed limits as the norm for cities worldwide.

08 April 2021 | More...

Survey examines the condition of London’s roads

Approximately 15% of London’s roads are likely to require maintenance in the next 12 months, according to a new report.

01 April 2021 | More...

An artist's impression of Bank Junction

Bank Junction plans to improve safety for cyclists and pedestrians

The City of London Corporation has launched a public consultation on proposed improvements to Bank Junction, including the creation of a new walking and cycling only area.

30 Mar 2021 | More...



Contact details for local London road safety teams, campaigns and initiatives.

The newly-appointed executive director of The Bikeability Trust, Emily Cherry, provides an update for road safety officers in the Capital.


Alison Gowman, elected member for the City of London Corporation, explores issues surrounding roads policing, with reference to a couple of recently published reports.

Road safety in a changing world
Guildhall | 7 December 2021
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About the London Road Safety Council

It is likely that around 28,000 people will be injured on roads in the Greater London Area this year, some 3,000 of whom will be killed or seriously injured.

The London Road Safety Council's aim is to reduce these needless casualties by producing and promoting resources and publicity materials and providing a forum to discuss road safety issues.

The Council is unique in London in that it has a membership of elected council members and professional road safety officers from the London boroughs. Transport for London (TfL) and other stakeholders, including the Metropolitan Police and City of London Police forces, are also represented.

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